Posted by: notsofancynancy | September 24, 2013

Weekly Photo Challenge: From Lines to Patterns

Have you ever seen one this clean? Pure Beauty!

Have you ever seen one this clean? Pure Beauty!

Awesome lines!

Awesome lines with beautiful patterns!


  1. Very Nice

    • Isn’t she pretty? Loved it!

      • Yes she is and I would love to drive her, but that would get her dirty and she is so clean.

      • ah hahahah that is a tough choice. Tomorrow I will share our friends old car. She is pretty too!

  2. Thirty-two Ford roadster–love it, right up my alley.

  3. If that’s an original steel body, worth some bucks! And what an unusual intake system. Looks like a blower but then, certain things say it isn’t. Clean!

    • I knew you would appreciate it Mustang Koji! When I came across it when looking for a picture for this challenge… it made me smile knowing it may make you smile! lol

      • You were so right!!!! 🙂 I gotta link you to one of my engine compartment photos. Clean too! Well, not any more. 😦

      • Good! This was taken at a car show up above Bishop at Tom’s Place. We went up to the show and to lunch with our friends. They have an old car. I am not so good with names or such but I love car shows. I will post theirs tomorrow. Get ready to smile again!

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